Reflection about the importance of family
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Family Is Forever
During my junior year in high school, I became very close friends with a baseball player named Henry Hedeen. My immediate family is a very insular — we rarely spend vacations or holiday time with other families. While we all now live in Stanwood, a conservative farm town in Washington state, my family has spent over 25 years in Southern California. To add to the contrast in experience, Henry goes to an interdenominational Christian college, while I attend Stanford University two schools with very different approaches. Between our two families, we have a wide variety of opinions on every topic — race, politics, sports, anything you could think of. We always have good natured talks about these subjects, making a legitimate effort to consider another perspective.
It is a time to reflect on the vital importance of families and their role in building stronger communities. Families Australia has been privileged to convene National Families Week each year for the past 14 years.
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Why: Think of reflection as a time for encouragement to continue doing others good, and prepare to have a meaningful conversation. Reflecting on your family volunteer experience allows everyone — especially children — to clarify any new emotions, lessons or information learned; recognize their accomplishments and who they helped; understand the cause, their community, and family members better; and gain feedback or think through new ideas. All reflection helps create a deeper, better experience that can help develop volunteering into a smart, healthy habit. How: Reflection can take the form of a group discussion or having a conversation with someone who was not part of the experience; writing, drawing or other forms of creativity; research, analysis, planning, and more. No matter the method, emphasize accomplishments, new knowledge, and future goals. Live near Raleigh-Durham, NC?
In the last few posts on the family it is clear how important family is in shaping us who we are today. It may be worth while to reflect on our own families to see how close it come to an ideal one ; if it significantly fall short of the ideal then how could have it been better? Immediately, I can sense the aliveness, the genuineness, honesty and love, I feel the heart and soul present as well as the head. I would feel like a person in my own right — noticed, valued, loved, and clearly asked to notice, value and love others. How close was your family to this description? I grew up in a family which had lot of these features and always felt loved by my mother, sisters and brothers.